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DC Comics To Give Huntress Super Powers in Batman Secret Files
In this series, Bat-fans will see new adventures in Gotham City, exploring the deep bench of heroes the Dark Knight has inspired. The first Signal story, out on the 6th of July, sees Duke Thomas, The Signal, returning to Gotham, after his time with The Outsiders While three weeks later on the 27th of July, the[...]
Shoot Batman, And Anyone, On Sight In Future State: Next Batman #3
Talk about a dysfunctional family. The Peacekeepers remain heavily involved with the politics of it all. Leaving it up to Duke Thomas, The Signal to try and do some inspirational speaking to pull people round, rather than the backroom shady politics that everyone else seems to be dealing with. Like letting Penguin goons go to send messages… You used[...]
Bryan Edward Hill Hints at the Future of Batman and the Outsiders
When asked on Twitter what his plans were for the character of Duke Thomas, AKA the Signal, the writer replied with a promise, an explanation, and a plan. Artwork from the cover of Batman and the Outsiders #7 Credit: DC Comics. Bryan Edward Hill tweeted, of the possibility of writing a story about Duke's past: If I have[...]
DC Comics Takes The Knee For Juneteenth
Art from DC. The artwork showed a number of Black DC Comics characters taking the knee or posing with the Black Power salute, including Green Lantern, Rocket, Amanda Waller, Hardware, Bumblebee, Aqualad, Icon, The Signal, Black Manta, Mister Terrific, Black Lightning, Superman Of Earth 23, Static, Guardian, Doctor Mid-Nite, Lucius Fox, Bronze Tiger, Vixen, Tyroc, Steel,[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #987 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Batman has brought together Black Lightning, Katana, the Signal, and Orphan for the creation of the Outsiders He has missions for this time that span the globe, but, in the interim, Karma and his mercenaries have invaded Wayne Tower, taking hostages Batman wants to finish this alone, but Black Lightning and the Signal convince[...]
Batman
The humour throughout is on point, without taking anything away from the important thematic characterisation of Batman or his world. What's more, King shows a comfort in generating banter between the three Robins, former and current, and the Signal that honestly is refreshing and genuinely entertaining It creates an air of a brotherhood, of young men[...]